Dr Rafał Banka from the JU Faculty of Philosophy has received a prestigious grant awarded by the European Research Council. The project, entitled ‘Mereological reconstruction of the metaphysical system in Daodejing’, will be realised within the framework of the Horizon 2020 programme.Read More o JU philosopher receives an ERC grant
Water is the main component of our organism. Without it, it’s impossible for us to function properly. What beverages are the most beneficial for our bodies, and how much of them should we drink per day? We asked Prof. Małgorzata Zwolińska-Wcisło, Dr Magdalena Przybylska-Feluś, and Agnieszka Dąbek Department of Clinical Nutrition of the JU MC Faculty of Medicine to give us some advice on these issues.Read More o The driving force of nature
On 26 August, the Jagiellonian University was visited by Emily Palmer, secretary general of UNA Europa, a newly created university network bringing together seven leading European Universities, co-founded by the JU. The secretary general was received in JU Collegium Maius by JU Vice-Rector for Research and Structural Funds Prof. Stanisław Kistryn and JU Faculty of Law and Administration Dean for International Affairs Prof. Bartosz Brożek, coordinator of UNA Europa activities at the Jagiellonian University.Read More o UNA Europa secretary general visits the JU
24 August marked the beginning of the 4th edition of the Energy Community Summer School – an annual meeting devoted to broadly understood energy market, for the first time organised by the Energy Community in one of the EU members states. The event is co-organised by the Jagiellonian University and AGH University of Science and Technology.Read More o Energy Community Summer School starts in Kraków
In this year’s edition of CHIST-ERA’s Call competition, focused on information communications technology, 10 research projects have received a combined funding of nearly 9 million euro. Two of those endeavours will be realised with the participation of Polish scientists.Read More o JU scientist’s project awarded in CHIST-ERA Call 2018
The global population, currently estimated at 7.6 billion, is steadily growing. The need to increase our food production in order to provide sustenance for more and more people is a critical, albeit controversial issue, chiefly due to environmental protection concerns. Is our rapidly changing society standing on the verge of a serious food crisis?Read More o Are we going to face a food crisis?
In the 17th edition of the Academic Ranking of World Universities, commonly known as the Shanghai Ranking, the Jagiellonian University has been ranked in the 301–400 group of higher education institutions, making it the highest rated Polish university on the list.Read More o ARWU: Jagiellonian University rated the best in Poland